Rock 'n' roll memoirs are all the rage these days, with the likes of Sammy Hagar, Keith Richards, and Steven Tyler currently cashing in on tomes that detail their years of sex, drugs, and hell-raising. Now,
Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi can't be stopped, even at the age of 62 years young. The guitarist told Metal Hammer that he has been experiencing a creative surge and is applying it to the next phase of his career -- even though he's not quite sure what the end result will be. Iommi said he will soon begin working with his longtime cohort, Sabba
It was a quintessential New York moment at what's billed as the 'World's Most Famous Arena': One throng of people at Madison Square Garden are queued up to see Britney Spears in the arena, and another to see Heaven & Hell play downsta
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